Matthew Carter

"The most important typography designer of our time, MATTHEW CARTER (1937-) is one of the few designers whose work is used by millions of people every day. Having devoted the first half of his career to typefaces for use in print, such as Miller and Bell Centennial, he then pioneered the design of fonts for use on screen, notably Verdana for Microsoft."

Matthew Carter

Walker typeface, 1995
Matthew Carter

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“Yale” is inspired by the late fifteenth-century Venetian typeface that first appeared in Pietro Bembo’s De Aetna, published by Aldus Manutius. A pristine copy of this book may be found in the collection of the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Yale.(...)